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North West Company

North West Company

Agreement between Great Britain and Morocco respecting the Purchase of the Property of the North-West Africa Company in Terfaya (Cape Juby), 13 March 1895

WHITE, George (1840 - 1912), MP (L) for North-West Norfolk from 1900; Alderman and JP for City of Norwich; Chairman and Managing Director of Howlett & White, Shoe Manufacturers; Chairman Rotary Machine Company; Chairman Norwich Education Committee

McLACHLAN, Peter John (died 1999), DL; Company Secretary, Bryson House, since 1998 (General Secretary, Belfast Voluntary Welfare Society, later Director, then Chief Executive, 1980–97); Director: North City Training Ltd, since 1989 (Chairman, since 1996); Lagan Watersports Ltd, since 1994; Partnership Care (West), since 1995

GRAYSON, Henry Mulleneux (1865 - 1951), MP (CU) Birkenhead West Division, December 1918–22; Executive Committee Standing Council of the Baronetage; Chairman Anglesey Joint War Organisation and North Wales Regional Council; Commissioner for Anglesey St John Ambulance Brigade, 1934–45; Member of Joint War Committee of Order of St John and British Red Cross Society; President, Association of Lancastrians, 1922; Life Governor Princess Beatrice Hospital; Liveryman of Worshipful Company of Shipwrights; Member of Institution of Naval Architects, 1896. Freeman of the City of Liverpool by Birthright

LISTER, Thomas David (1869 - 1924), late Physician to Mount Vernon Hospital for Consumption, and to Royal Waterloo Hospital for Children; Member of Senate of London University, elected in 1919 by Medical Graduates in Convocation; Head Office Medical Adviser of the Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation, Friends’ Provident Institution, and North British and Mercantile Insurance Company (West End); Consulting Physician to the National Union of Teachers; Consulting Physician to the Post Office Sanatorium Society; Consulting Physician to the Association of Local Government Officers; Consulting Physician for Chest Cases to the Prince of Wales’ Hospital for Officers, St Marylebone, 1917–19

 

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The North West Company (NWC), an association of various shareholders—sixteen in all—grew out of the competition, then the necessary consolidation, of various partnerships in the 1780s. New contracts were drawn ...

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